Nandini according to her mom, loves taking selfies and photography. Funny, the director thought selfies don't involve photography. Nandini shoots a guy who stops a flag from falling in the mud and gets an award. Interestingly, the actual photo hardly captures the ethos and is confusing as to whether someone was throwing the flag into the mud or holding it. Anyways, Nandini is in love with him. Gautam (Kalyan Ram) is also in love with Nandini because she is Sonal Chauhan and therefore, reasonably pretty. She is also cute, saving stupid lovers from committing suicide and taking pictures of slum-dwellers. Meanwhile Gautam has an agenda of his own and strikes a deal with Nandini's father - he will encounter the dons and give away the credit in return for Nandini's hand. He takes a sniper and guns down the first bad guy and life goes on eventually till he reveals his master plan which is hardly a surprise.
It is a decent watch for those who like wafers and wafer-thin plots. The bunch of comic skits and Brahmanandam's role are funny if you are Tom Hanks in Castaway and have just returned back to humanity. Otherwise the movie turns wasting actors like Mukesh Rishi and Ashish Vidyarthi into an art form.